This commentary features an extensive book introduction and the full text of the New Living Translation Bible. It begins with important notes on each book, then moves to commentary which interacts with scholars on important interpretive issues and points you to significant textual and contextual matters as well as theological themes.
- Coded to the Tyndale-Strong's numbering system, and Goodrick-Kohlenberger numbers used by many Zondervan products.
- Full text of NLT
- Verse by verse commentary
- Aimed at teachers, pastors, students and laypeople
These accessible commentaries are for anyone who wants to enter a serious study of God's Word. Each volume helps the reader think through the literary and theological issues in the text and provides correlation to multiple numbering systems for word study. It is an excellent resource for teachers, Bible study leaders, pastors, and growing Christians. Includes the entire NLT text of Romans and Galatians, translation notes, and fresh expository commentary.
Dr. Roger Mohrlang has earned a BS from Carnegie Institute of Technology, an MA from Fuller Theological Seminary, and the D.Phil. in New Testament from University of Oxford. He served as a Bible translator and translation consultant in Africa for over 7 years, has served as a visiting professor at various colleges, and is currently Professor of Biblical Studies at Whitworth College, where he has been since 1988. His areas of expertise include Paul's letters and New Testament ethics.
Dr. Gerald Borchert is retired professor of New Testament from both Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Northern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is currently Thesis Director at Institute for Worship Studies, Jacksonville, Florida, and part-time Professor of New Testament at Carson Newman College. He earned his B.A. from the University of Alberta, an LL.B., from University of Alberta Law School, an M.Ddiv. from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary, his Th.M. at Princeton Theological Seminary and his Ph.D. from Princeton Theological Seminary and Princeton University (1967). He has also done post-doctoral work at numerous schools and has served as a pastor and interim pastor variously throughout his career.